• Yuan Taizong

    Despite the fact that Microsoft pushes Bing, there’s no link to Microsoft SkyDrive, Microsoft So.cl or Skype, and in the screenshots of the new Bing the portals to M.S.N. and Outlook.com seem to be ”hidden” again, Bing is extremely important for Windows, Windows Phone and Xbox but not so much for Microsoft’s many other services, well, we can see Bing doing more lately, Google has 16 features on their website, and Bing has 15 on their American website, despite the fact that Microsoft has dozens of extra services they could put on the above bar, this is free advertising, ¿why not use it?

  • Yuan Taizong

    Despite the fact that Microsoft pushes Bing, there’s no link to Microsoft SkyDrive, Microsoft So.cl or Skype, and in the screenshots of the new Bing the portals to M.S.N. and Outlook.com seem to be ”hidden” again, Bing is extremely important for Windows, Windows Phone and Xbox but not so much for Microsoft’s many other services, well, we can see Bing doing more lately, Google has 16 features on their website, and Bing has 15 on their American website, despite the fact that Microsoft has dozens of extra services they could put on the above bar, this is free advertising, ¿why not use it?

  • http://www.brickmarketing.com/ Nick Stamoulis

    It’ll be interesting to see how these changes are accepted by Bing’s users and if it will pull in a few more searchers who like the new design. I will have to play around with it and test some search queries to form my own opinion of it but it’s worth giving a shot to see what they come up with. At the end of the day I, and I would bet most users, care the most about the information being served up.

  • http://www.brickmarketing.com/ Nick Stamoulis

    It’ll be interesting to see how these changes are accepted by Bing’s users and if it will pull in a few more searchers who like the new design. I will have to play around with it and test some search queries to form my own opinion of it but it’s worth giving a shot to see what they come up with. At the end of the day I, and I would bet most users, care the most about the information being served up.

  • Vero Tabares

    Bing is a really nice search engine and it’s obvious that Microsoft has poured capital improving usability with some very nice features. I, for one, hope that Bing is able to gain traction outside of its “default” status amongst Microsoft devices and start chipping away at Google’s market share. This would make SEO a hell of a lot more interesting and accessible for people, if not more challenging.

  • Vero Tabares

    Bing is a really nice search engine and it’s obvious that Microsoft has poured capital improving usability with some very nice features. I, for one, hope that Bing is able to gain traction outside of its “default” status amongst Microsoft devices and start chipping away at Google’s market share. This would make SEO a hell of a lot more interesting and accessible for people, if not more challenging.

  • ArrowSmith

    Because of antitrust restrictions? Soc.l not ready for prime time….

  • Ronnie’s Mustache

    Looks like the Google Drive logo.

    I like bing…just wish they’d offer better Adcenter API access.

  • Illogicalthinker

    I like the new logo. The old one seemed aged, sort of like orange carpet.

  • Illogicalthinker

    I like the new logo. The old one seemed aged, sort of like orange carpet.